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Singing the Same Song Singing the Same Song
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Singing the Same Song

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 26, 2015

If you’re looking for someone to get close to, find a person who’s read the same books as you. Probably interested in the same kind of things. Singing the same song is different. It’s who you worship. And that’s more important. Angie Bevilacqua worked for Radical Mentoring early on. She died a couple of weeks…

First and Final Words First and Final Words
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First and Final Words

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 10, 2014

Ask Christians what they want to hear 30 seconds after they die. Most will say “Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!”  These words come from Jesus’ parable of the talents recorded in…

Looking For A Way Out…Or In Looking For A Way Out…Or In
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Looking For A Way Out…Or In

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 23, 2014

For me, the toughest question non-believers pose is “How is it this loving God of yours offers only one way to be saved?” And the follow on: “So he’s going to send every one of those innocent people in foreign countries to hell, even though they didn’t hear about Jesus or because their family traditions…

7 Things I’ve Learned about Death & Dying 7 Things I’ve Learned about Death & Dying
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7 Things I’ve Learned about Death & Dying

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 22, 2013

Thoughts on ‘trans-portation’ (the end of life here and the beginning of life in heaven…there is no ‘death’ for Jesus’ brothers and sisters). 1. People want to be ‘walked home’ – just like on a dark night… -it doesn’t mean you’re scared, you just feel better having someone(s) special with you. -having someone walking with…

A Shortcut for Suffering A Shortcut for Suffering
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A Shortcut for Suffering

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 1, 2013

A young friend of mine named Andrew is about to release his first full-length film. It’s called After the End. It’s a film about dealing with pain and sorrow. It was birthed when Andrew’s dad was killed on a fourth-of-July bike ride a couple of years ago. Andrew was right there. He saw it all….

No One Dies No One Dies
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No One Dies

Posted by Regi Campbell on April 1, 2013

We just change outfits. We existed before we started wearing these “earth suits.” Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you…” Jeremiah 1:5a. My all-knowing, timeless God knew me before I breathed my first breath. He knows right now when I’ll exit this life and get my new body in a new place. And…

Death is your “IPO” Death is your “IPO”
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Death is your “IPO”

Posted by Regi Campbell on December 3, 2012

Not too long ago, everyone was talking about the Facebook IPO (initial public offering). Will it go up? Will it go down? Will it go up, then up some more? Will it go down, then down some more? There was no way to know how the shares would ultimately be valued. You just had to…

The “One Year To Live” Exercise The “One Year To Live” Exercise
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The “One Year To Live” Exercise

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 23, 2012

A good friend showed me all the stuff he was involved in. He’s stretched in a hundred directions. Family, multiple business things, church, a couple of charities…more requirements than he has hours to spend. What stimulated the conversation was two new requests . . . two additional roles.  It would be an honor to serve…

Rehearsing the Last Act Rehearsing the Last Act
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Rehearsing the Last Act

Posted by Regi Campbell on April 9, 2012

When you’re 20, you think you’re invincible. Death happens to other people, not to you. If you’re under 40, you still don’t think you’re going to die…not really. You know it’ll happen, but you don’t really believe it. But a day comes when you have a health issue. Or an accident. It’s you, not someone else. Death is now…

“Denial” is not a river in Egypt “Denial” is not a river in Egypt
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“Denial” is not a river in Egypt

Posted by Regi Campbell on February 9, 2012

Okay, most people don’t really want to talk about death.  We avoid deathly-ill people.  None of us feel competent in being around the surviving family when death has struck; we don’t know what to say… what to do or how to handle ourselves. And we do a similar dance when it comes to our own…

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